Pastor Dan Lambertson is a 1985 graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in pastoral ministries. He grew up as a pastor's son and has been a full time pastor himself since 1986. He was ordained in 1987 by the Dover Bible Church in Pennsylvania. Dan has served as pastor to churches in Maine, New York State and Pennsylvania. He has been the pastor of the South Waterboro Bible Chapel since April of 2005.
Dan and his wife Selena were married in 1986. God has blessed them with four children in the years since and more recently a son-in-law and two daughters-in-law. All of their children are following the Lord and are either serving in pastoral and missionary ministry or are preparing through Christian education.
Together with the support of his wife and family, Pastor Dan serves the church and community through preaching and teaching the Word of God. He has also coordinated and participated in several missions trips to Haiti, Mexico, Peru and special projects within the United States.
Personally, he remains healthy and active through cycling, hiking, fishing and a little hockey. It is his desire that God will also use these personal interests as a bridge to building relationships which lead to witnessing the good news of Jesus Christ.
"And I thank Christ Jesus our Lord who has enabled me, because He counted me faithful, putting me into the ministry... And the grace of our Lord was exceedingly abundant, with faith and love which are in Christ Jesus."
Gary is the elder overseeing the youth group and missions committee.
Phil oversees the trustees and the building needs and finances. He attended York County Community College, attended and majored in Pastoral Studies at Berkshire Christian College, and attended and majored in Geography/Anthropology at the University of Southern Maine. Phil also oversees and manages the church website.
Steve oversees missions at South Waterboro Bible Chapel.
South Waterboro Bible Chapel
911 Main St.
Waterboro, ME 04087
P.O. Box 190
Waterboro, ME 04087